The Community Music Division of DePaul University will hold its 22nd annual fundraiser, PERFORMATHON 2018, on Saturday, May 5, 9:00am to 7:00pm. The Division also celebrates thirty years of providing outstanding music instruction and programs to thousands of children and adults in the Chicago area. PERFORMATHON is a ten-hour marathon recital involving students of all ages who will share their musical skills throughout the day to help raise money for the Fund for the Community Music Division.
We cordially invite you to attend PERFORMATHON 2018 (free admission) on May 5, 2018 from 9:00am to 7:00pm at DePaul University's Lincoln Park Campus, 804 West Belden Avenue.
How can I contribute to Performathon?
Place an ad in our annual Program Book.
- Become a Performathon Sponsor.
Donate or bid on an item in our Online Auction.
Purchase tickets for the Performathon Tuition Raffle.
- Students sign up supporters to make pledge for their performances on Performathon day.
- Download the Pledge Form
Click Here for Auction
We are currently accepting it
ems for our online auction. Please help us reach our goal by donating merchandise to our auction. Supporting businesses and individuals will be thanked in our program. Bid
Whether you're looking for something unique for yourself, searching for a gift for a special someone, or looking to add a little adventure to your life, you're sure to find something in our auction. Every bid helps support our cause.Why Bid?
All proceeds from Performathon benefit the Fund for the Community Music Division our scholarship fund, educational enrichment programs, and community partnerships. Every dollar makes a difference for children in need of quality music instruction! Tell Your Friends.
The success of this online auction depends on spreading the word to as many people as possible. We need your help. Please refer a friend and encourage them to participate so they don't miss a single moment of the fun and excitement.Buy Raffle Tickets
Lucky raffle participants will win free or discounted CMD tuition and raffle tickets are available for purchase online
or in the office.
Many families are not able to meet the financial demands of first-class quality music education for their children. The Community Music Division assists with scholarship support. Since 1997, we have awarded more than 700 scholarships for both need and talent, and for the past two years have provided tuition free instruction to students in under-resourced public schools in the Chicago area through our CPS Teaching Artist Partnership Program
. In addition, we have provided annual enrichment opportunities for all of our on-site students through Suzuki workshops, chamber fests, and concerto opportunities.